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Where Are They Now? Coventry City’s UEFA Cup squad of 1970-71

By Neil Fissler IT’S almost 50 years ago that the Sky Blues played in European competition for the first and only time in their long history. In 1969-70 …

EFL Trophy: ‘I think it’s the first step towards B teams in the Football League’, says Pilley

(Photo by Action Images) By John Lyons EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey was desperate for the Checkatrade Trophy to kick off after a barrage of negative …

Big Interview: Barry Bannan on his new lease of life at Wednesday

IT is 13 years since Barry Bannan squeezed into the back seat of the family car and left Glasgow for a new life in Birmingham. Now 26, the Sheffield Wednesday …

Profile: Grimsby Town boss Paul Hurst has never shirked a battle

By Chris Dunlavy IN the jubilant moments following Grimsby’s promotion to the Football League in May, Paul Hurst stood on the Wembley turf and let rip. …

Virgo column: Wagner in at the right time to rip up rule book

By Adam Virgo REMEMBER when Graham Westley took over at Preston a couple of years back? His insistence on double training sessions caused a mutiny. You had …

Burke could be next Dele Alli

Time will tell: Nottingham Forest sold starlet Oliver Burke to RB Leipzig for £13m at the weekend (Photo by PS Images) By Adam Virgo OLIVER Burke is a real …

Good, Bad and Ugly: Danny Cadamarteri

By Chris Dunlavy DREADLOCKED, daring and deadly, Danny Cadamarteri was just 17 when he gatecrashed the Premier League, scoring a slew of spectacular goals for …

Penalty king Alexander has Scunthorpe soaring

By Sam Elliott WITH a penalty kick king at the helm, there’s little surprise Scunthorpe United are currently hitting the spot with gusto. They were the club …

Moore column: Graveyard of giants leaves us redefining what makes a ‘big club’

By Glenn Moore As rebrands go, EFL is not exactly catchy, a dull addition to the discredited alphabet soup of sports bodies. All they needed to do was …

Big Interview: Stubbs aims to defy doom mongers

By Chris Dunlavy ALAN Stubbs is dreaming big. Which is just as well, given he’s managing one of the Championship’s smallest clubs. Once again, Rotherham …

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